Join the thousands who have already made the change to energy efficient designer electric radiators. Ultra slim with state of the art temperature and energy management, our electric radiators offer a cost effective alternative to old fashioned storage heaters. Read on or watch the video to find out more.
Benefits of Electric Radiators
Energy Efficient Heating – fast and effective heat distribution whenever you need it.
Temperature Control – precision thermostats accurately maintain temperatures.
Sophisticated Energy Management – tailor your heating to your lifestyle with 24/7 programming.
Fully Controllable In Every Room – save money by zoning your heating.
Stylish Contemporary Designs – slimmer, lighter and less bulky than storage heaters.
No Economy 7 Tariff – use daytime electricity at standard lower rates.
Easy DIY Installation – no plumbing required, simply screw to the wall and plug in.
Gentle On Allergies – radiated as well as convected heat.
No Wall Blackening – fully enclosed heating elements will not burn dust.
Lower Running Costs – provided by intelligent, energy efficient heating.
Mix and match our electric radiators according to your room sizes. All our radiators are simple to install with very basic DIY knowledge: they simply screw to the wall and plug into a normal 13amp socket. You can then enjoy precise and energy efficient heating room by room, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With a collection of electric radiators in all styles suitable for installation in domestic and commercial properties, and a range of high-spec panel heaters for those rooms you use less often, you're spoilt for your choice at Electric Radiators Direct. Order 100% securely online today. Alternatively, if you would like more information about storage heater alternatives, give one of our heating specialists a call today on 0330 300 4444. They'll be delighted to give you all the information you need and a free quote.
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